Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to commonly asked questions.

RIC stands for Reconciling in Christ. It means that we truly welcome all people. For more information, please visit our Mission & Welcome Statement.

No. You do not have to be a member to participate in any of the activities offered here at Holy Cross. 

The first step is worshipping with us for a while to see if this is a good fit as your church home. If it is, contact Pastor Jim, and he will discuss membership with you.

Baptism isn't a one and done event. Baptism happens in the context of a congregation, as we pledge to care for and nurture the one being baptized. The first step is worshipping with us to see if Holy Cross is a part of your faith journey.  

Visit our Weddings page for the documents needed. 

ELCA stands for Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Please see the ELCA page to learn more.

Our 8:30 traditional worship service is a liturgical service that uses more traditional music and hymnity primarily found in our hymnal, Evangelical Lutheran Worship. This service is lead primarily by organ and piano.

Our 11:00 comtemporary worship service uses contemporary songs with the added layer of traditional songs with a different twist. You'll hear a variety of instruments including guitar, bass, drums, and more. 

Children are a welcomed and valued part of our worship services! We have a Prayground in our sanctuary for preschool age and under. For more information about our Prayground, please visit the Prayground page.  

Yes. We offer our facility to a variety of different groups. Please visit our Property Use page.  

All are welcomed at the Table.